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Roche Holding

Headquarters : Grenzacherstrasse 124 Postfach CH-4070 Basel Switzerland Switzerland
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« Ethical » rating of Roche Holding , group and subsidiaries

Jobs -4% /1998 Pollution 3 Fraud 6 Offshore 2 Sales 31 Bn $.€ /year Profit 15 Bn $.€ /1998 Wage 1404 *min. Influence 10 Infocom 1
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Ebner, MartinSwitzerland5Les Echos
Novartis AGSwitzerland20Les Echos
Oeri, Hoffmann, SacherSwitzerland50
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2008Roche is the world's biggest maker of cancer medicines.
2006Roche is the world's eighth-largest pharmaceutical group.Les Echos
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Chugai Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. Japan80Swissinfos
Corange Germany100
Genentech Inc. United States of America56
Hoffman La Roche Switzerland100
Ventana Medical Systems, Inc United States of America100Les Echos
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address & contact : production type
incentive source
South Africa South Africa
Isando : vitamines
 Les Echos
Brazil Brazil
Rio : ampoules injectables
China China
PharmaValley, Shanghai : R&D
 Les Echos
Ireland Ireland
Westport : R&D
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s) Les Echos
Turkey Turkey
Roche Pharma Turquie :
Vietnam Vietnam
Bin Duong province : farines vitaminées pour animaux

  • Human impact

year name
photo position; compensation
2004Humer, Franz B
See the photo of: Humer, Franz B Chief Executive Officer; salary: 10,78 million Eu€;
2003Hunziker, Erich
See the photo of: Hunziker, Erich Chief Financial Officer;
2003Jacoud, Pierre
See the photo of: Jacoud, Pierre Secretary general;
2002Julius, DeAnne
See the photo of: Julius, DeAnne Director;
2002Teltschik, Horst
See the photo of: Teltschik, Horst Director;
2001Bell, John Irving
See the photo of: Bell, John Irving Director;
2001Frey, Walter
See the photo of: Frey, Walter Director;
2000Brabeck-Letmathe, Peter
See the photo of: Brabeck-Letmathe, Peter Director;
2000Gerber, Fritz
See the photo of: Gerber, Fritz Chairman;
2000Humer, Franz B
See the photo of: Humer, Franz B Chief Executive Officer;
1996Hänggi, Rolf
See the photo of: Hänggi, Rolf Vice-president;
1996Hoffmann, André
See the photo of: Hoffmann, André Director;
1996Oeri, Andreas
See the photo of: Oeri, Andreas Director;
1994Meier, Henri B
See the photo of: Meier, Henri B Director;
1983Leuenberger, Andres F
See the photo of: Leuenberger, Andres F Vice-president;
social impact : country
Financial Times
social impact : country
 4 informations, access to subscribers
country : consequences
2007France : Between 1950 and 1960, Roche and other chemical industries of Basle illegally discarded 600 tons of nitrobenzine and other dyes synthesis products. The site was discovered by chance by a farmer of Hagenthal-le-bas.
2004 : Stockage de 150 000 tonnes de déchets chimiques à Bonfol entre 1961 et 1976 à dix mètres de profondeur, sur une superficie de 20.000 m2.AFP
country : consequences
 2 informations, access to subscribers

  • Subsidy

yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincome source
2007 The laboratories Roche, BASF and Aventis were fined 8,5 million dollars in Brazil. They were accused of having formed a cartel, price agreements, market sharing and unfair competition on the market of vitamins. During second half of the Nineties, these three companies would have restricted the offer and increased the prices of the vitamins A, B2, B5 and C They would have also prevented the entry on the market of less expensive Chinese vitamins.     Trends - Tendances
2006 Roche Holdings AG, BASF AG and Aventis will pay 30.5 mln usd to settle an Australian class action alleging they organised a cartel to fix the price of vitamins. The applicants in the class action, many of whom were farmers, alleged that as a result of the cartel they lost market share or paid inflated prices.     AFX
2005 Portugal’s Competition Authority has fined five drug companies a total of EUR 16 millions for operating a cartel. The companies, Johnson and Johnson, Abbott Laboratories, Bayer, Menarini Diagnosticos, Roche Holding AG, fixed prices during 36 bidding processes to supply 22 hospitals from November 2001 to January 2003.     Reuters
2003   31,223,07   billion Eu€
2002   21,42-2,9   billion US$
2001   15,642,21   billion US$
2001 Fined 462 million euros for fixing the price of vitamins on the european market.     Financial Times
2000     AFP
2000   17,795,37   billion US$
1999     AFP
1999   17,213,6   billion Eu€
1998   17,933,19   billion US$
yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincomeassetsbuybacksource
 12 informations, access to subscribers
purpose : intermediary/lobby : institution
2005Roche Pharma Turquie est soupçonné de corruption pour avoir pratiqué des prix différents pour un médicament : : Social Security Authority, le système de santé national turc translateSwissinfos
2000Lift the ban on bovine growth hormons, the moratorium on GMOs : EFPIA (European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industry Associations) : : European Commission translateEFPIA
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» Influence in 2007
purpose : intermediary/lobby : institution
 2 informations, access to subscribers
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dubious practice : image
2005Disinformation: Fleishman-Hillard is counseling Roche, whose reputation took a hit last month when it appeared to be "more eager to protect its 'monopoly' on its Tamiflu than preventing a worldwide avian flu pandemic.: public relations: FPR Watch
1998ad budget: 135 million US$; Advertising Age
1997ad budget: 138 million US$; Advertising Age

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